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Doisy Vedrines 2010
-£5.00     (-2.03%) Latest price:  £241.00
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Average Score 92.64

Big body, rich texture, built for long ageing, with a completely different style from Daëne: less immediate purity, more power. Two different visions of terroir but nobody would complain to try both. Drink 2020-2040. (18 points) Michel Bettane,
Classic orange blossom and ripe apricot nose. The palate has a superb balance of stone fruit, some almon notes and a lovely rounded mouth feel. The acidity both balances the sweetness and adds to the clean length, very good.
Thick and spicy, with unctuous, still slightly raw-seeming layers of apricot, peach and fig. Ginger cream and green tea check in on the finish. Rather backward still, but there's lots balled up. —J.M. James Molesworth,
This fresh, vibrant 2010 Doisy-Vedrines has aromas of honeysuckle, dried apricots, and marmalade and a wonderful concentration of layered botrytis flavours. It exhibits a beautifully balanced acid-sugar tension, offering fresh acidity and a very nice length. This is another wine that will age for decades. Jeannie Cho Lee MW
The Doisy-Vedrines has a refined bouquet of lemon curd, dried honey and just a touch of quince, perhaps not quite as rich as recent vintages, but very well-defined. The palate is well-balanced, with a touch of lime cordial and passion fruit on the entry, and zesty acidity and impressive precision towards the taut, slightly spicy rich finish. Returning after an hour, this sample has enhanced clarity and volume, and subsequent encounters confirm a very promising Doisy-Vedrines. Neal Martin, Wine Advocate May 2011
Mid gold. Very rich and heady on the nose. Quite exotic and interesting. Subtle and complex. Great weight and great sweetness. A freshness on the finish but green does not dominate this wine. Pear juice with a strong dose of lime juice. RS 145 g/l, TA 3.5 g/l. 13.65%
Deeper in color than its peers, the Doisy-Vedrines 2010 has an animated bouquet with strong scents of tangerine, pink grapefruit and dried honey, although it is missing some delineation and refinement of one of Olivier Casteja’s best vintages. The palate is medium-bodied with a more promising viscous opening of tangy marmalade and quince. It actually improves in the mouth, with a defined and spicy finish. Hopefully, the aromatics will muster something to say with bottle age, as the palate is commendable. Drink now-2028., 2014

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